WARRENTON — The Warrenton Police Department, along with the American Medicine Chest Challenge (AMCC), one of the nation’s largest privately funded public health campaign preventing prescription drug abuse, have announced the release of a mobile app, “AMCC Rx Drop,” connecting users to the locations of permanent prescription drug disposal sites for the collection of unused, unwanted and expired medicine.

The app features locations in Warrenton, Seaside, Astoria and Long Beach, Wash., at the four respective police stations. This free app, sponsored by the Generic Pharmaceutical Association (GPhA), will link to the AMCC directory of local, county and state law-enforcement-sponsored permanent collection sites across the country. It is available in the Apple and Android stores.

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